Shipshape East Anglia (SEA) acts as a focal point bringing together over 50 boat building companies and specialist suppliers across the region, as well as a range of vessels on the National Register of Historic Vessels. The SEA network is focussed around activities at a central hub as part of a Coastal Communities funded scheme, located at the International Boatbuilding Training College (IBTC) Lowestoft, which incorporates facilities from the adjacent Excelsior Trust yard.

Visit the Shipshape East Anglia (SEA) hub

 

Browse Projects in the East Anglia Region

The Excelsior Trust

International Boatbuilding Training College Ltd

IBTC Heritage - Commercial unit

Stem to Stern Heritage Training Project

Sutton Hoo Ship's Company

Whisstocks project

 

 

 

EAST ANGLIA REGION SHIPSHAPE REPRESENTATIVE

Hannah Cunliffe - Director, National Historic Ships UK

email: hannah.cunliffe@shipshapenetwork.org.uk

Vessels

Lydia Eva - port side view, in steam (photo comp entry)

Built 1930 by Kings Lynn Slipway Company, Kings Lynn.

Photo Comp 2018 entry - Two Old Ladies, by Diane Warner

Lincolnshire Keel built 1923 by Scarr, Joseph & Sons, Beverley

Albion after refir 2009

Trading Wherry built 1898 by Brighton, William, Lake Lothing, Suffolk

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